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Sports Fixtures 2022

22 March 2022

Travel information for Ireland matches at the Aviva Stadium this year. 


Saturday 5th May

Semi Final 

Leinster vs Toulose, Aviva Stadium, Kick-off 15:00hrs

Saturday 21st May

Leinster Rugby vs. Munster Rugby, Aviva Stadium.

Kick-off 19:15hrs

Munster Rugby


Republic of Ireland V Ukraine - Wednesday 8th June - Kick off at 19:45

Republic of Ireland V Scotland - Saturday 11th June - Kick off at 19:00

We hope to see plenty of fans there to witness this exciting encounter and we look forward to making your journey down to the game an easy one.


Callum O'Dowda Vs Switzerland

Travel information

  • Fans travelling to the Aviva Stadium from Connolly will be able to take the Dart to Lansdowne road.
  • Fans travelling to the Aviva Stadium from Heuston should take the LUAS to Connolly and then the Dart to  Lansdowne Road
  • Please do not travel to the station if you don't have a train ticket.

Travel Regulations

  • Wearing a face covering on public transport is recommended
  • Pre book for Inter City Travel 
  • Alcohol is not permitted on any train service


Web Fares

From €21.49* each way to and from Cork

From €19.69* each way to and from Belfast and Sligo

From €17.99* each way to and from Galway

From €14.99* each way to and from Limerick

From €24.99* each way to and from Tralee

Priority for customers who book online

Customers wishing to travel by rail need to book their tickets online as services will be extremely busy and priority will be given to customers who book their tickets online. There is limited availability on services so don't miss out and buy now.


Students can also avail of our discounted student fares when booking online. Our student return fare to Dublin Heuston from Limerick is €22.98 and from Cork is €32.38. This also includes free reserved seating where applicable.

Leap Card

All customers travelling by DART or Commuter rail services to Lansdowne Road Station are advised to travel early and use a Leap Card to pay.

Customers can save up to 20 percent on DART and short hop zone rail journeys in the Dublin area when using Leap card instead of single or return tickets. Check out current Leap Card fares and see what you can save now.

Save time and money (up to 20 percent) when you use a Leap Card to pay.

Family Tickets

Take the family on a day out by train with our fantastic family tickets valid for 1 or 2 adults and up to 4 children. For more information on prices and a full list of destinations

If you cannot find the information you require please see our Fares and Ticketing page or email

Aviva Stadium

The easiest way to travel directly to the ground is to take the DART. The line actually runs under the West stand of the stadium and stops at Lansdowne Road Station.

Extra DART capacity will be added before and after each game for supporters going to the games.

For further information on getting to and from the Aviva Stadium, this can be found on

We look forward to helping you with your journey to the game, and have our fingers crossed for an Ireland win.

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